for decades, workers on construction sites, utility
facilities, or apartment buildings inhaled asbestos
dust from asbestos-based products that eventually
impacted on their respiratory system. Unknowingly, all
they did was work hard, raise families and, after
years of exposure, find themselves victims of
asbestosis disease or lung cancer. Most often, it is
the shortness of breath symptom, that suggests the
benefit of an asbestos screening test.
High asbestos exposure
occupations include: Carpenters, Transit Workers,
Laborers, Painters, Plumbers, Shipbuilders, Building
Superintendents, Utility Workers, Sheet Metal Workers,
Janitors, Fire Fighters, Electricians, Steam Fitters,
Iron Workers, Asbestos Removers, Transport Workers,
Police Officers and Custodial Engineers.
testing programs operate year-round and are available
in numerous locations from New York to New Jersey to
Florida. If a person is tested "positive", an
individual lawsuit (NOT A CLASS ACTION) is filed
against the manufacturers of the asbestos products to
which that worker was exposed in the workplace.
Our experienced Asbestos legal
team and staff are always available to respond to your
questions on any aspect of asbestos exposure you, your
family members or co-workers may have experienced.